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Tim Tyson, Footnote

  • Aired: 03/30/2017
  • 01:38
  • Rating: NR
Author Tim Tyson talks about how Emmett Till's death was the “most notorious racial incident” in the history of the country & possibly the world – & how it was not only a crucifixion, but also a resurrection of a movement.
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Tim Tyson shares his theory of how Emmett Till's death resurrected a movement.
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